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That is not the only advantage. Car dealers usually stock only the most popular car parts, such as your taillights, fog lights, headlights, alternators, grille assemblies, and bumper assemblies etc, the parts that are most in demand. If u pull it near me need a car part which is not usually sought after, then you won't have much chance of finding it at your local car dealer. If you search online, you would find most Lexus parts easily.

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The next thing you should do, is to go out on the net and find the auction sites that are going to be right for what you are trying to sell. The most popular site is, of course, ebay. There are people there making a lot of many selling products like this for a good price. You will need to sign up with them and give them some information before you will be allowed to start selling on your own. The next step is to upload pictures of your auto parts so that people can see what in the world you are even selling. Once you have done that, it's as simple as writing a short description and putting it on ebay.

For this example we will use a 95 Toyota MR2 as an example, it is a small sports car that Toyota had built in the mid 80's and lasted all the up to 95 here in the states, but didn't stop production until 99 in Japan. The MR2 is a 2 seater, rear-wheel drive, 5-speed manual, 4-cylinder turbocharged engine that sits behind the driver. Yes, the MR2 is a mid-engined sports car...much like Ferrari's and other exotic vehicles that cost literally 10 times the price of one MR2. It doesn't need to be said that this vehicle is rather rare since it was discontinued only 5 years after its second generation chassis was introduced, making parts and servicing harder to find.

Online, there are usually images of the used car parts that the websites are selling. Be careful when shopping online, because they may not sell you the exact part that you are looking at in the image. Sometimes parts are already painted, and they might not match the paint that is on your car. Sometimes, the parts are available without paint. If you are replacing auto body, the color of the paint is important because your car will look strange or unfinished if it is unpainted or if it is the wrong color. Talk to a body shop before you buy this type of part online.

Another option that you have is to buy reconditioned parts from an authorized - or private - service center. Even though, these are used auto parts, they are almost as good as new ones. Have you ever wondered what happens to your vehicles' old parts when you order a replacement? Those parts are restored by the stores and they sell them for peanuts to people who don't want to spend on brand new parts. Not to mention that sometimes these parts carry a warranty with them. This is what makes it the next best thing after buying new parts, if not better than that.

Despite the age of your car your search will inevitably be the same. You therefore should start by calling or visiting the auto parts stores in our area. To narrow your search, only go to those stores that sell parts for your make vehicle. Many stores do advertise in some way the make and model vehicles they cater to. Make sure when you make contact with the store that you know exactly the part you need by name or part number.